One of the most prominent jewelry design firms in Washington, DC. Her designs have been worn by a broad array of clients including First Ladies, Cabinet Secretaries, Senators, Congresswomen, Ambassadors, and corporate leaders. Her signature pin,"Liberty Eagle Pin" has been profiled in numerous articles and launched Ann's career as “the Nation’s jeweler.”
Ann Hand proved "you're never too old to follow your passion." Hers is a great success story of a woman over fifty launching her own business. Years spent living in Washington DC observing the dedication and hard work of those who serve our country combined with years spent in Los Angeles learning the secrets of Hollywood designers lead to her one of a kind jewelry that captures America's story.
Reproduction of the Combat Medic Memorial Statue at the Army Medical Department Museum. Made of hydrocal, a gypsum cement, this handsome replica was sculpted by artist Terrance Patterson. 9" high, 13" wide, and 9" deep. The gift of choice for AMEDD personnel. Available only through the AMEDD Museum Gift Shop. Made in the USA. PLEASE WHEN SELECTING SHIPPING FOR THIS ITEM PLEASE PICK UPS
Beautiful glass candy jar with the pewter Army insignia on the front. Jar holds 20 oz., has a 3 3/4" diameter opening and is 5 1/2 " high. A plastic closure allows the lid to fit snugly. Looks beautiful sitting on an office desk or a kitchen counter and it makes a perfect gift
This beautiful koozie holds a 16 oz water bottle, and is 3 1/4" in diameter by 4" high. It's made of aluminum with a rubberized insert. It also has a pewter Army Combat Medic insignia on the outside...makes a wonderful gift!!!